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UW Self-Reports Potential Volleyball Program Violations to NCAA

June 18, 2013 — Results of an internal University of Wyoming inquiry into allegations that women’s volleyball student-athletes received impermissible benefits have been submitted to the NCAA.

TROOPERS DROP FINALE IN OMAHA / JETS IN ACTION TONIGHT

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers dropped their final game of a tournament in Omaha, Nebraska Monday in a 9-4 loss against a team from Omaha.

The Troops now stand at 9-11 overall and still sport a 2-0 conference record. They play their next games Thursday night against the Billings Halos.

JETS BASEBALL - The Sheridan Jets play at home tonight as they host a double header with Casper the first game is scheduled to start at 5:00.

GENERALS WRAP UP SIGNINGS FOR 2013-14 BASKETBALL SEASON

The Sheridan College Generals have added more depth to their back-court with the addition of Illinois standout, Preston Wells.

Wells, a 6’1 guard from Peoria Richwoods High School, averaged 15.7 points, 2.3 assists, and 1.4 steals a game this season while shooting 82% from the foul line and netting 74 3-point field goals on the season.

In his career at Richwoods, Wells drained 179 3’s, and scored over 1,000 points. For his on-court performance, Well received All-state IBCA and was twice voted first-team Mid-State in Illinois.

TROOPERS CONTINUE PLAY IN OMAHA / JETS DROP TWO SUNDAY

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 1-4 at a tournament in Omaha, Nebraska, they opened with a victory over Northglenn, Colorado but have three losses against two other Colorado teams and one from Nebraska.

Today they finish up play in Omaha with two games before coming home for their next home date which will be Thursday night against the Billings Halos.

JETS BASEBALL - The Sheridan Jets dropped two to the Billings Halos yesterday Head coach Ryan Murner says his young players are starting to get together but still have a ways to go.

SRD ADULT SOFTBALL / TROOPERS BASEBALL / BIG HORN WILD AND SCENIC

REC. DISTRICT ADULT SOFTBALL - The Sheridan Recreation District is two weeks into their adult summer softball season, weather has washed out several days but sports specialist Robbie Spencer says the teams have made the best of the situation and he appreciates everyone's understanding and they are using make up days to get caught up.

The league's both Co-rec and Men's are strong this year with the addition of several new teams.

TROOPERS IN OMAHA, NEBRASKA / WILD AND SCENIC TRAIL RUN OPENS FRIDAY / TWO WYOMING HIGH SCHOOL FB PLAYERS COMMIT TO COLLEGES

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are on their way to a tournament in Omaha, Nebraska they will play six games on the trip and will attend some of the College World Series action going on in Omaha at the same time.

The Troops will start play tomorrow with two games one against Lafayette, Colorado and the other will be against Creighton prep from Nebraska.

Saturday they have one game against Brighton, Colorado and Sunday they play Northglenn, Colorado and they will close out the tournament with a double header on Monday.

TROOPS RAINED OUT NOW HEAD TO OMAHA / JETS IN BILLINGS TODAY

Rain washes out the Troopers

TROOPER BASEBALL - - The Sheridan Troopers and Gillette Roughriders were rained out at Thorne-Rider stadium Tuesday night a make up date will be announced later.

Heading into last night's rain out the Troops were off for a week Head coach Ben Phillips says the rest has been good but they all really wanted to play last night.

So far the weather has not been kind to baseball in our part of the state and Phillips says they all must battle through the frustration of missing so many games.

SC HOOP CAMPS BEGIN / TROOPERS AT THRONE-RIDER STADIUM TONIGHT

SC BASKETBALL CAMPS - Basketball camps began yesterday at Sheridan college Men's basketball coach Steve Smiley and players put the campers through their paces the camp concludes Thursday.

The Lady Generals basketball camp for girls K-8th grade will begin Monday the schedule will be each day from 9:00 to noon.

McCarthy says the focus on their camp is to instill a love of the game for young kids. And he says they make sure that each camper has a lot of fun as they learn more about the game.

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